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Citizens State Bank, Enderlin v. Schlagel

Docket No. 19910081
Oral Argument: Thursday, September 5, 1991

Docket Info

Title
Citizens State Bank,
Enderlin, North Dakota, Plaintiff and Appellee
v.
Mary Ellen Schlagel, Defendant and Appellant
Case Type
CIVIL APPEAL : FORECLOSURE
Appeal From
Case No. 71-90
Southeast Judicial District, Barnes County
John T. Paulson
478 N.W.2d 365

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Briefs

Filing Date Description
05/06/1991 APPELLANT BRIEF
06/04/1991 APPELLEE BRIEF
06/21/1991 REPLY BRIEF OF APPELLANT

Counsel

Party Type Name
APPELLANT PRIVATE PRACTICE Monty Grant Mertz - 03778

(Note: Attachments may not be available for recently filed cases and/or confidential documents.)

Seq. # Filing Date Description Attachment
1 03/13/1991 NOTICE OF APPEAL, ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPTION, UNDERTAKING : 03/12/1991
2 03/13/1991 FOR COSTS ON APPEAL & ACK. OF ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT
3 03/13/1991 RETENTION OF RECORD ON APPEAL : 05/01/1991
4 03/27/1991 TRANSCRIPT DATED October 16, 1990
5 04/09/1991 RECORD ON APPEAL AND DEPOSITIONS (3)
6 05/06/1991 APPELLANT BRIEF
7 05/06/1991 APPELLANT APPENDIX
8 06/04/1991 APPELLEE BRIEF
9 06/21/1991 REPLY BRIEF OF APPELLANT
10 09/05/1991 APPEARANCES: Monty G. Mertz; Steven E. McCullough
11 09/05/1991 ARGUED: Mertz; McCullough (Vol. S, p. 128)
12 12/09/1991 DISPOSITION
13 12/09/1991 UNANIMOUS OPINION : Meschke, Herbert L. View
14 12/09/1991 Costs on appeal taxed in favor of appellee
15 01/10/1992 MANDATE
16 04/26/2001 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

 


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